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characterized by repetition

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repetitive and persistent

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Lack of efficacy of citalopram in children with autism spectrum disorders and high levels of repetitive behavior: citalopram ineffective in children with autism.
And while it has been hypothesized that these comorbid problems somehow relate to the range of restrictive and repetitive behaviors and interests that characterize autism-including inflexible adherence to specific, nonfunctional routines or rituals, stereotyped and repetitive motor mannerisms, and self-injurious acts--data are lacking on how the specific behaviors relate, she said.
Up to 50 per cent of lost time injuries in tree planting are strain and sprain injuries," says John Levesque, an OFSWA program developer, "but also over-exertion and repetitive motion from bending down.
First, these repetitive safety training sessions consume costly man-hours.
The simplified methods were designed to alleviate the administrative burdens of complying with the new uniform capitalization rules when mass production occurs on a repetitive and routine basis, with a typically high turnover rate for the produced assets.
By and large, tendons may be injured in one of three ways: Acute trauma, which is a sudden event that causes serious damage to a previously normal tendon; chronic overuse injury, which amounts to cumulative damage from repetitive, micro-tear-causing stress that compromises the ability of a tendon to withstand tension; and sudden trauma brought on by repetitive overuse, as in an Achilles tendon rupture, which most often shows evidence of lesser injury prior to the rupture.
Hopson added, "Many customers have expressed how incredibly repetitive it can be to create charts and graphs--particularly when working on a large project or experiment that contains many data sets and numerous charts.
Repetitive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome, a painful progressive condition caused by compression of a key nerve in the wrist, are a factor among call center workers, who may sit at their computers for six or seven hours a day.
The report criticized Henry Ford for inadequately monitoring repetitive course enrollments and withdrawals, making it difficult to identify and counsel students.
The Senate Subcommittee on Economic Policy, Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, asked GAO to discuss (1) FEMA's approach to flood mitigation, (2) the effect of repetitive loss properties on the NFIP, and (3) recent actions taken or proposed to address the impact of repetitive loss properties on the NFIP.
Despite Caine's excellent, alternately haunted and frightening central performance and what should be a blistering subplot about Catholic culpability in this monster's survival, the film almost entirely lacks tension and grows irritatingly repetitive.
Animals with the biggest ranges, such as polar bears, tended to have the highest infant mortality and do a lot of repetitive pacing, report Clubb and her coauthor Georgia Mason.
The Duke researchers narrowed their search for autism genes by focusing on genetic links to specific autism traits, including repetitive behaviors such as "insistence on sameness," a character trait defined by Duke child clinical psychologist and report coauthor Michael Cuccaro.
The designers responded with a suspended device made from veneers of cherrywood and rotary cut pine that were curved in repetitive but subtly varying patterns, taking their form from the natural bending qualities of the materials.